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Here Are the Best Memes From the Llama Chase

"Llama Drama!"

Two llamas were briefly on the loose in a Sun City, Ariz. retirement community Thursday afternoon before they were lassoed by authorities—a story that has lent itself to countless headlines from “llama drama” to “llow speed chase” and “llamas on the lam.”

Livestreams showed men running to capture the animals as they galloped along sidewalks and green lawns for about an hour, Arizona’s ABC 15 reports. The black llama was captured first, while the white llama managed to keep sprinting until it was eventually lassoed and put in the back of a pickup truck. The names and owners of the llamas have yet to be released.

While the chase is over, the memes are still streaming in, including a fake Twitter account @SunCityLlamas, a music video, and a “Which Runaway Llama Are You?” online quiz. Here are some of our favorite memes and jokes that have emerged on Twitter:

And one alpaca joke:

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This Is Beyoncé’s Workout Routine

Enjoy this video of the star sweating to "Eye of the Tiger"

Celebrating the 5th anniversary of Let's Move! #GimmeFive @michelleobama 💪

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Beyoncé recently posted a sped-up video of her workout routine on Instagram that will make you sweat just from watching it.

The video is pegged to her friend Michelle Obama’s “#GimmeFive” challenge, which celebrates the fifth anniversary of the First Lady’s “Let’s Move” campaign to raise awareness about active, healthy living and combat obesity in the United States.

It is not the pop star’s first promotion for “Let’s Move.” In 2011, she adapted her song “Get Me Bodied” into “Move Your Body,” a music video meant to inspire kids to dance to stay fit. Shortly after, she made a surprise appearance at a New York City public school and led the students in a routine.

TIME Science

Check Out the Mars Rover’s New Selfie


A composite of dozens of images taken by its robotic arm

NASA pieced together the Mars rover Curiosity’s latest selfie of the Martian landscape from dozens of images taken by its robotic arm throughout January 2015. Showcasing the “Mojave 2″ site of the planet, the frames that make up the picture of the rover were taken Jan. 14 of this year.

“Compared with the earlier Curiosity selfies, we added extra frames for this one so we could see the rover in the context of the full Pahrump Hills campaign,” according to a statement by rover team member Kathryn Stack from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

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Watch a 2-Year-Old Sing the Cutest National Anthem Ever

It's a slam dunk

Trent Harris, the two-year-old son of Cincinnati Bengals long snapper Clark Harris, recently performed the Star Spangled Banner at the Southern Boys Basketball game in New Jersey. His rendition of the national anthem is a slam dunk in our book — especially when it comes to cuteness. Just look at that little blue blazer and button-down shirt! Listen closely, and you will hear the audience chuckle when he sings the part about “bombs bursting in air.”

Nicknamed “SuperTrentendo” by his football player dad, the youngster got props from his proud parents on Twitter. From mom, dancer and choreographer Jessica Harris:

TIME Bizarre

Here’s What Happens When You Set an iPhone 6 on Fire

"It looks beautiful," he says of the finished product

The tech blogger “Techrax”— known on YouTube for boiling an iPhone 6 in Coca-Cola and baking one inside a turkey — has released a new video of himself igniting an iPhone 6 with an acetylene torch (typically used to cut or wield metal).

“So yeah, this thing is pretty much done,” he says in the clip. “You can still press the home button, buttons still work. It won’t power on though.”

After opening up the phone to explore the extent of the damage to its insides, he proceeds to smash it repeatedly over a cinder block until the inner pieces fall out and only the exterior of the phone is left.

“It looks beautiful,” he says of the mutilated phone. “It is a sculpture, indeed.”

TIME World

You Can Now Rent an Entire Hungarian Village

You could even be deputy mayor

Lease up? Roommate bail on you? Yearn for a little more green space? Well, now you can rent a village in the Hungarian countryside, the Associated Press and Agence France-Presse report.

The fine print, according to the AP, claims renters will have access to the village of Megyer, including “seven guesthouses that sleep 39 people, four streets, a bus stop, a barn, a chicken yard, six horses, two cows, three sheep and four hectares (10 acres) of farmland — along with the possibility of temporarily being named deputy mayor.”

Mayor Kristof Pajer posted an advertisement online to raise awareness of the struggling economy in Megyer, which, with a population of 18, has practically been deserted as its young people move to Budapest or out of the country the minute they are old enough, he told AFP.

No word on whether you will see Megyer on Airbnb at some point in the near future.

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Watch Will Smith Rap the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Theme on Ellen

He is promoting his upcoming film Focus

Will Smith can’t stop rapping during his talk show appearances. After a rousing performance of “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” on The Late Show with David Letterman last week, Smith brought the house down Tuesday during a commercial break for The Ellen DeGeneres Show by rapping the theme to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air — the 90s sitcom that launched his career. The audience knew the lyrics by heart, so they did most of the rapping. He just danced in place.

Earlier this month, he participated in a Fresh Prince parody with Jimmy Fallon.

The rapper and actor has been promoting his upcoming movie Focus, which hits theaters Feb. 27.

TIME Business

These Are the 25 Best Places to Be an Intern in 2015

Based on an analysis by job review site Glassdoor

Glassdoor, a website that allows employees to post anonymous office reviews, has released its 2015 list of the best places to intern in the U.S. Facebook leads the ranking, which is based on the highest-rated reviews of each company. Tech dominates the list more than any other sector, with 12 companies represented.

The round-up is a promotion for the site’s new Glassdoor Students, a job search resource specifically tailored to college students.



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Watch Two Unsuspecting Pedestrians Get Swallowed by a Sinkhole

They reportedly fell 10 feet, but were just treated for minor injuries

Security camera footage captured the terrifying moment when two pedestrians disembarked from a bus and fell into a sinkhole in Seoul, South Korea, late last week.

They only suffered minor injuries in the incident, which happened near the Yongsan rail station, the Associated Press reports. The Korea Times reports via Yonhap News Agency that they fell approximately 10 feet.

An apartment complex is being built nearby, so the Yongsan Fire Department has said authorities will check out streets in the surrounding area to see if there are any other sinkholes.

TIME animals

Watch Baby Otters Eat Scrambled Eggs

These little ones are otterly adorable

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida recently shared a video of two baby otters messily eating breakfast — a mixture of scrambled egg, small fish pieces and a milk replacement formula.

The siblings were rescued by Von Arx Wildlife Hospital director Joanna Fitzgerald, who responded to a call about two pups found unresponsive near a body of water on the side of a road in Naples, Fla.

As the organization wrote on Facebook, “We are very happy to report that they doing MUCH better! They are both eating well, they’re both very active and the team at the wildlife hospital is hopeful for a full recovery!”

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